How to Adopt to Digitalization with Kubernetes


As organizations complete the first stage of digitization, functions across the company are starting to leverage distributed computing and cloud native services to drive efficiency in their operations.

However, as IT becomes increasingly app-centric, organizations’ infrastructure management is quickly becoming too complex to optimize internally and deploy applications efficiently.

As the tidal wave of digital innovation continues, CSPs need to transform their service models, creating new offerings that unburden developers from the most laborious and time-consuming parts of managing their cloud environments.

As the CSP market shifts and more providers start offering Kubernetes platforms, the winners will be those who are able to add most value to developers, helping them deploy applications faster and at the lowest cost.

In this discussion, Kevin Rhone and Rob Strechay, Senior Analysts at ESG join speakers from Red Hat and Dell Technologies to discuss the app-ification of corporate IT and explore best practices for building out Kubernetes based platforms to drive long-term value for organizations.

Topics for discussion include: – What IT teams are looking for in the next phase of digital transformation – Why CSPs need to rework their service models to offer more flexible and cost-effective solutions – How Red Hat and Dell Technologies are working together to provide CSPs with easy-to-use solutions to help them offer clients integrated platforms which empower developers and optimize their IT spend.

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Protecting Data across a Multi-Cloud Infrastructure

Protection from Cyberattacks

Data has quickly become every organisations’ most valuable asset. By adopting multi-cloud environments across business functions, companies have the opportunity to leverage data to maximise business outcomes, drive market responsiveness, engage better with clients and propel innovation. Nonetheless, without sufficient governance of where and how data is being stored, companies risk missing out on the key benefits that multi and hybrid cloud environments can bring.

At the same time, cyber hackers are on the hunt for vulnerabilities and they’ll stop at nothing to get their hands on organisations’ most valuable information. As companies push forward on their cloud adoption journeys, good data resiliency is fundamental to ensuring continuity in the face of growing cyber threats.